Treasuries Advance as Goldman Says Fed May Delay Well Into 2016By and
Traders cut bets on rate move this year to 34%, futures show
U.S. auctions $24 billion of three-year notes at 0.895% yield
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. says there’s a chance the Federal Reserve will delay its planned interest-rate increase well into 2016, or even later.
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